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Rugby – How do France and England compare?

Back in May Selina of rugbyaufeminin.com put together a fascinating survey of French fortunes since Samuel Cherouk took over as head coach in January 2017, and especially since the last World Cup.  This was the inspiration for a parallel browse through the Red Roses’ stats. It makes for interesting comparisons. First a few French Figures

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New Zealand awarded men’s and women’s 7s titles

New Zealand awarded titles as HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2020 concluded Following a comprehensive consultation process the remaining rounds of the women’s and men’s HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2020 in Langford, London, Paris, Singapore and Hong Kong have been cancelled due to the ongoing and dynamic global nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, bringing

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Rugby Sevens stars #StayActive on Olympic Day

Rugby sevens players are joining forces with fellow Olympic athletes to encourage people all around the globe to ‘stay active’ as part of the annual Olympic Day commemorations on 23 June. Fiji’s inspirational star Meli Derenalagi has joined over twenty athletes from other Olympic sports to feature in the official Olympic Day workout video as

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Sale Sharks Women sign Welsh Wing Lisa Neumann

Sale Sharks Women have announced the signing of Wales International winger Lisa Neumann ahead of the club’s maiden Premier 15s campaign. 26-year-old Neumann has 15 caps for Wales Women and already has a wealth of top level club experience, representing Firwood Waterloo Ladies over the past two seasons and previously RGC in Wales. The Welsh

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